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ProfileRegulatory Exam Lead The candidate will implement the exam management process, which may include: Exam planning. Will work on researching exam history and regulatory trends to provide strategic perspectives to business lines and senior management. Preparing exam responses and coordinating interviews and meetings. Assembling multidisciplinary teams, including subject matter experts and other personnel. Preparing briefing books, position papers, or presentations. Tracking the status of regulator requests and submissions. Monitoring and reporting on exam status, including escalation of potential issues as they become apparent. Assisting in the resolution of regulatory issues. Maintaining exam records. Fosters strong relationships with regulators, business lines, and senior management. Develops and fosters relationships with business-line personnel, and collaborates to ensure timely and thorough resolution plan status updates. Keeps informed of regulatory trends. Exercises sound judgment to meet position responsibilities. Manages or performs other tasks or projects as assigned or needed.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience. Should have 5-7 years of experience in regulatory compliance activities, or equivalent work experience managing complex processes regarding legal or regulatory matters (such as litigation or project management). Should have proficiency in office applications; including word processing, PowerPoint, spreadsheets, and databases Advanced degree or certifications, including JD degree or MBA is preferred. Should preferably have advanced knowledge of government and regulatory laws and regulations; and the supervisory oversight exercised by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) and Federal Reserve Bank (FRB) and Thorough knowledge of U.S. Bancorp operations, policies, and procedures. Knowledge of Information Technology (IT) areas/the Bank’s Technology and Operations Services (TOS) line and/or the Bank’s Operational Risk Management framework is preferred.